This week’s meditation has been prepared for us by Arline Griffiths of St John’s, Llandudno. Thank you. Arline. One day at the end of September, as I went out into the garden, I was faced with the sight of a huge daddy-longlegs, a magnificent specimen but, for me, significant because it was the first of … Continue reading Wednesday Meditation
Huw Davies of St David’s, shares this with us from the Daily Telegraph. Further details can be foundf at http://www.telegraph.co.uk. Thanks, Huw. There is only one word that troubles me in the article, the use of the word “just” in relation to spiritual care… Sixteen years ago, St Stephen’s Church in Bradford was on the … Continue reading Churches Role in Community Life
The second of our discipleship group series on a life of prayer will be taking place this Wednesday 21st October at 2.30pm and repeated next Wednesday 28th October at 7.30pm, both via zoom. Please email me on email@example.com if you want to join the meetings (telling me which one) and I will send you the … Continue reading Discipleship Group – a life of prayer
So, we are in full lockdown again as of 6pm this Friday until the morning of Monday 9th November. Ah well, we are better prepared this time compared to last because we have learnt a lot since then. St John’s, Llandudno, Open Church (for private prayer), will be available this Friday from 10am – 12noon … Continue reading Here we go again…
Rhian Smith of St John’s shares her experience of lockdown compline with us. Thank you, Rhian, for these insights. When lockdown happened at the end of March a friend suggested we gather on Zoom on a Sunday evening and say compline prayers. So we have done this most Sunday evenings since, at 9pm for around … Continue reading Experiences of compline
This Sunday’s worship at St David’s, Craig y Don (10am) and St John’s, Llandudno (11am) is led by me, Rev Bev. We will be sharing in Holy Communion together for the first time since lockdown back in March. It will be a joy to share in the familiar words we have not said together for … Continue reading Sunday Worship
Chris Cooper has created another song for our times. Here’s what he has to sayy about it. This song was inspired by Psalm 13, a lament which perfectly fits our current situation. As Christians do we feel guilty about lamenting? Wouldn’t it be wonderful if God waved a magic wand to banish covid-19 ? Or … Continue reading Coronvirus Blues
Today’s service of prayers for healing and wholeness are being led at St John’s, Llandudno, at 1.45pm, by Frances Williams. Her reflection is included below for those of us taking part from home. ‘My grace is sufficient for you,For my power is made perfect in weakness’ (2 Cor 12:9) In the ministry of Christ healing … Continue reading Prayers for healing and wholeness
Today’s meditation is from Jack Waddington of St David’s. Thank you, Jack. Jamie Andrew liked to climb mountains so, along with his girlfriend, his best friend (also called Jamie) and a few other friends, they decided to go to Chamonmix in the French Alps for a week, for a mixture of socialising, skiing and climbing. … Continue reading Wednesday Meditation
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